The investigation was conducted taking 200 mango orchard growers of saurashtra region of Gujarat state, India. They were contacted personally to collect data.It was observed that managerial ability of mango orchard growers under study was found predominately medium (60.00 per cent). The independent variable adoption index, education, annual income, experience as a mango growers, farm mechanization index, mango yield index, training received, attitude towards modern agriculture, mass media exposure and risk orientation were found positive and significantly correlated with managerial ability of mango growers. All the twenty three independent variable put together explained 63.70 per cent total variation in managerial ability. The highest positive direct and indirect effects on managerial ability were exerted by education followed by adoption index. The first substantial indirect effect was exerted by most of the variables through the variable, education. The major constraints faced by respondents in adoption of scientific mango cultivation practices were irregular electric power supply, lack of modern spraying equipment, lack of awareness, high price of fertilizer.